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Parliament to please a king

The parliament consists of two chambers, the senate of 30 of whom 20 are appointed by the king, and... read more

Reviewed 26 June 2017
Klaus G
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Pretoria, South Africa
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Sitting right next to the national museum, these building are modern looking and well kept compared... read more

Reviewed 2 January 2017
dmittleman
,
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
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26 Jun 2017
“Parliament to please a king”
2 Jan 2017
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This public building houses the legislative branch of the Swaziland government.
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Lobamba, Eswatini (Swaziland)
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 23 September 2009

I recently attended a guiding course in Swaziland and we had the privilage to visit the House of Parliament. It was facinating to learn about Swazi Laws and how their electoral system works. I can truly recommend a visit.

4  Thank HansjeSprings
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 14 April 2014

Strange that such an important building is situated in an area that is so often a huge rubbish dump. A good cleaning programme needs to be arranged and maintained. Come on!!

1  Thank Garth J
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Reviewed 26 June 2017

The parliament consists of two chambers, the senate of 30 of whom 20 are appointed by the king, and the house of 65 members of whom 10 are appointed by the king as are the prime minister (always a Dlamini - clan of the king)...More

Thank Klaus G
Reviewed 2 January 2017

Sitting right next to the national museum, these building are modern looking and well kept compared to most things in Swaziland. It's worth a quick look from the outside. Without special permission, you can't visit the complex.

Thank dmittleman
Reviewed 14 April 2014

Strange that such an important building is situated in an area that is so often a huge rubbish dump. A good cleaning programme needs to be arranged and maintained. Come on!!

1  Thank Garth J
Reviewed 23 September 2009

I recently attended a guiding course in Swaziland and we had the privilage to visit the House of Parliament. It was facinating to learn about Swazi Laws and how their electoral system works. I can truly recommend a visit.

4  Thank HansjeSprings
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